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Tolkein did start writing in the WW1, but . . .
08/12/2021, 12:18:56

    Peter2 writes:

    . . . those were the writings that culminated in the Silmarillion and those quite definitely were not for children. Also, It was Tolkein himself who fought in the First World War.

    His writings for his children included the Father Christmas Letters, and The Hobbit, although The Hobbit wasn't published until 1936.

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